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 Article 36
    Published on August 2, 2016


Prevention Of Diabetes

An individual may be in prediabetes or he may be a type 2 diabetes (T2D) patient if

  • The individual is overweight
  • Drinking sugary and alcohol liquids
  • Eating more refined and processed food

To reverse diabetes condition,

  • Need to take more fiber, fat and protein food as they slow sugar absorption in the blood
  • Avoid refined and processed foods as they spike sugar levels in the blood. Must consume whole grains and avoid processed food
  • Eat lean protein food like nuts, eggs
  • Eat oranges, green apples, grapefruit and stone fruits
  • Avoid sweet and sugary drinks
  • Always eat protein, fiber and fat food items before carbohydrates or sugary food items. Protein, fiber and fat food items slow down sugar absorption in blood


       
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Benefits With Flu Influenza Vaccination

Researchers studied 124,503 British adults with type 2 diabetes (T2D) between 2003 and 2010 found that influenza vaccines or vaccination may reduce the risk of hospitalization due to stroke or heart failure and 24 percent lower death rate. Research findings were published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.



       
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About type 1 disease (T1D) And type 2 Diabetes (T2D)

In a diabetes patient, blood sugar levels will be high continuously and will lead to long-term medical complications. As we eat, food will be converted into a sugar called glucose and join the bloodstream. Beta cells in the pancreas detect the rise in glucose levels and secrete insulin into the blood. Insulin helps in moving glucose from the blood into cells and utilized for energy. In type 1 diabetes (T1D), beta cells that can read sugar levels and secrete insulin are damaged. So glucose cannot move from the blood into cells and sugar levels in blood keep on rising. So the patient needs insulin injection to help moving sugar into cells. High glucose and insulin levels in the blood causes insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes (T2D) patient. Beta cells in pancreatic may not able to produce enough insulin demanded by the blood to move glucose into cells. So type 2 diabetes (T2D) patient needs physical exercise to reduce blood glucose levels and eat healthy food.



       
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Benefits With Pokemon Go Game

Scientists from the University of Leicester says playing Pokemon Go game may help reducing obesity and control blood sugar levels. The game makes children and adults move and prevents "Couch Potato" or sedentary behavior. The game "Pokemon Go" is a location-based reality game where the player needs to move in the real world to catch, battle or train monsters. The findings were published in the Diabetes Care.



       
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Benefits With Aloe Vera

Research done by David Grant USAF Medical Center, Fairfield, California suggests that oral aloe vera plant could benefit individuals whose fasting glucose levels are above 200mg/dl. Researchers studied effects of oral aloe vera on diabetes or prediabetes individual with following tests

  • Reduced fasting blood glucose levels by 46.6mg/dl
  • Reduced hemoglobin A1c by 1.05

Research findings were published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.



       
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Biomarkers To Childhood Obesity

Temporary intolerance of blood glucose levels in a pregnant woman is known as gestational diabetes (GD). This gestational diabetes may be a hidden condition without showing symptoms. Pregnant women may get hypertension, blurred vision and tiredness with GD and women may become diabetes patient even after the birth of the child. The child born to women having gestational diabetes (GD) may likely develop childhood obesity and diabetes and it is going concern around the world. Zhonghua Shi and colleagues from Nanjing Maternity and Child Health Care Hospital, China undertook the study of structure and functions of proteins (called proteomics) in pregnant women with gestational diabetes (GD) to identify biomarkers. Researchers found that overweight in babies of women with gestational diabetes (GD) is due to the accumulation of too much body fat. Researchers identified biomarkers phosphatidylcholine-sterol acyltransferase (LCAT) and phospholipid transfer protein (PLTP) and they were found to be at elevated levels.



       
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